Visa initially saw a barrier to WCAG 2.0 adoption (and therefore progress toward widespread web accessibility) due to the complexity and volume of information in the standard, so they distilled WCAG 2.0 into concrete requirements, tests, code snippets, tools, how-to videos and online training. Visa first made these resources available internally and then released them to the public at Visa’s Accessibility team maintains and regularly updates the requirements (they currently meet WCAG 2.1 AA) and provides support and consulting to Visa teams making accessible products globally.